THE INTERNET
OF THINGS RUNS ON
LINUX
GM’S CADILLAC, AS WELL AS TESLA
AND TOYOTA, ALREADY ROLLING
THEM OUT ON A LIMITED NUMBER
OF MODELS.
LINUX
IN YOUR CAR
Linu...
LINUX
ON
PHONE
According to ABI Research,
Android phones that run Linux
account for just under 50 percent
of the mobile ma...
LINUX
IN YOUR
KITCHEN
The new Samsung T9000 LCD
four-door refrigerator runs the
Linux operating system and
features a
BUIL...
LINUX
MOST POWERFUL
COMPUTERS
In the June 2014 TOP500 supercomputer list, the
top open-source operating system
SET A NEW R...
LINUX POWERS
THE CLOUD
Linux provides the innovation platform for the exponential growth of
new open-source projects. Acco...
Big data presents an enormous opportunity
to make organizations more agile, efficient
and competitive. To capture that opp...
LINUX
FOR REAL-TIME
SPORTS
AND ANALYTICS
- utilize Linux running on IBM infrastructure to support
their events, allowing t...
A U.S.-based multichannel
retailer was able to support
2.5 TIMES MORE
HOLIDAY SEASON
ONLINE ORDERS
as compared with its x8...
A NEW GENERATION OF
LINUX POWERS
COMPUTING
IBM Watson™ is a commercially available cog-
nitive computing system -
A SYSTEM...
Learn more about how Linux-based
systems helped to control costs, boost
capacity and improve efficiency at
a multichannel ...
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The Internet of Things Run on Linux

From cars to kitchens to high-volume commerce, the Internet of Things – including cloud, mobile and enterprise data centers – is running on Linux. And more and more, it’s running on IBM Power Systems™. Find out why, and learn what Power Systems can do for you.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Published in: Technology      
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Transcripts - The Internet of Things Run on Linux

  • 1. THE INTERNET OF THINGS RUNS ON LINUX
  • 2. GM’S CADILLAC, AS WELL AS TESLA AND TOYOTA, ALREADY ROLLING THEM OUT ON A LIMITED NUMBER OF MODELS. LINUX IN YOUR CAR Linux-based platforms are making their way into our cars, with IBM® has partnered with companies such as Toyota and Continental to build open-source platforms that provide developers with application development tools to create a truly connected experience.
  • 3. LINUX ON PHONE According to ABI Research, Android phones that run Linux account for just under 50 percent of the mobile market. Meanwhile, Linux die-hards are eagerly anticipating the arrival of A NEW LINUX-BASED PHONE, as Canonical is expected to roll out its Ubuntu touch-powered tablets and smartphones. Samsung is also expected to soon unveil a phone running on the Linux-based Tizen system. YOUR
  • 4. LINUX IN YOUR KITCHEN The new Samsung T9000 LCD four-door refrigerator runs the Linux operating system and features a BUILT-IN 10-INCH LCD TOUCH-SCREEN DISPLAY. The new appliance supports a range of applications, including calendar and weather apps, along with cloud-based note-taking app Evernote, enabling consumers to share photos, videos, and even recipes with family and friends.
  • 5. LINUX MOST POWERFUL COMPUTERS In the June 2014 TOP500 supercomputer list, the top open-source operating system SET A NEW RECORD WITH 485 OF THE FASTEST 500 SYSTEMS RUNNING LINUX. That means that Linux is inside 97 percent of the top 500 supercomputers. RUNS THE WORLD’S
  • 6. LINUX POWERS THE CLOUD Linux provides the innovation platform for the exponential growth of new open-source projects. According to a survey of OpenStack users conducted by the OpenStack User Committee in April 2014, LINUX UNDERPINS MORE THAN 90 PERCENT OF OPENSTACK DEPLOYMENTS. OpenStack Compute (Nova) and OpenStack Object Storage (Swift) are two examples of OpenStack deployments running on Linux platforms.
  • 7. Big data presents an enormous opportunity to make organizations more agile, efficient and competitive. To capture that opportunity, organizations require a modern information management architecture and technologies like Hadoop and NoSQL databases, WHICH PRIMARILY RUN ON LINUX and offer faster analyses and insight into information than x86. LINUX DRIVES BIG DATA AND ANALYTICS
  • 8. LINUX FOR REAL-TIME SPORTS AND ANALYTICS - utilize Linux running on IBM infrastructure to support their events, allowing them to deliver real-time infor- mation from analytics, cloud computing, mobile de- vices and social media—instantaneously—to millions of online fans and broadcasters around the world. All four Grand Slam tennis tournaments - THE US OPEN, THE FRENCH OPEN, WIMBLEDON AND THE AUSTRALIAN OPEN
  • 9. A U.S.-based multichannel retailer was able to support 2.5 TIMES MORE HOLIDAY SEASON ONLINE ORDERS as compared with its x86 environment after implementing Power Systems™ running Linux. The new Linux-based systems also helped to control costs, boost capacity and improve efficiency. LINUX ENABLES HIGH COMMERCE VOLUME
  • 10. A NEW GENERATION OF LINUX POWERS COMPUTING IBM Watson™ is a commercially available cog- nitive computing system - A SYSTEM CAPABLE OF CONTINUALLY LEARNING AND REFINING ITSELF THROUGH HUMAN/ COMPUTER INTERACTION. Watson advances natural language processing through innovations in deep question and answer technology. The power behind Watson lies in software running Linux on IBM Power Systems. IBM has put Watson to work helping companies develop new applications powered by cognitive computing, including partnerships with companies in retail, healthcare, financial services and education.
  • 11. Learn more about how Linux-based systems helped to control costs, boost capacity and improve efficiency at a multichannel U.S. retailer.

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